Monday, January 26, 2009


Master Woodworker Creates Luxury ‘Treesort’

TAKILMA, Ore. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – One vacation resort invites its guests to go out on a limb – a tree limb, that is.

The Out ’N’ About Treehouse Treesort in Takilma, Oregon, boasts 20 fully-furnished, luxurious treehouses ready for renting.

The elaborate abodes range from eight feet to 32 feet off the ground and are built atop giant fir and oak trees smack dab in the middle of nature.

Treesort owner Michael Garnier built each treehouse himself, and is currently working on his biggest one to date: A 50-foot treehouse that can sleep six and includes a full bathroom and kitchen.

All of the units include amenities like a normal house, including heat, water, and electricity.

Garnier says everyone from families to honeymooners enjoy shacking up in the treehouses – including himself and his wife.

The couple lives in a full-size treehouse built on six huge trees with a 300-year-old oak tree going right through the center.

Garnier’s home is about 35 feet off the ground and “equivalent to a four-story building.” He dubs it the “ultimate party house.”

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